Thanks for your help in the past. I'm building a Chesapeake 16 from a kit, and for the most part, so far, so good. This past wknd I completed the fillets on the inside, layed the fiberglass tape and wetted with untreated epoxy. As this was my first experience with glass/expoxy I think the mistake I made was to not apply enough pressure as I brushed, or I used too little epoxy, but the problem is untreated wood/air alongside the fillets, mostly the fillet running down the center of the boat, but others as well. It's in too many places for me to do one fix, like drilling two holes and inerting epoxy, so I was thinking of lightly sanding those areas before brushing the entire interior with untreated expoxy. I thought I might be able to open the weave this way and get some additional epoxy to the wood. Any thoughts on that solution, or any other suggestions are appreciated.
Thanks in advance,